On 26 May 2014, Narendra Modi was sworn in as Prime Minister of India. Today, we look at his steady drive towards ethnic cleansing of the country’s Muslims.
In light of new evidence, isn’t it time the UK government started cracking down on the growing violent Hindutva ideology and its BJP-affiliated sympathisers?
Justice is yet to be served after the latest Indian court ruling acquitted 69 Hindus, including a BJP politician, of the murders of 11 Muslims during the 2002 Gujarat genocide.
In the latest trial for the oppressed Rohingya of Myanmar, a huge fire has destroyed thousands of shelters in Bangladesh’s Balukhali refugee camp.
Today, we mark 21 years since the start of the devastating Gujarat Genocide of 2002, when 150,000 were displaced, and 2,000 mostly Muslim people were killed.
Parliamentarians in Canada have passed a non-binding motion calling for the entry of 10,000 Uyghur refugees.
Dozens of countries are in cahoots with Myanmar’s military regime, despite publicly fractious-seeming diplomatic relationships.
The oppressed Rohingya Muslims of Myanmar continue to suffer from state-sanctioned abuses.
Following a staged visit, China’s genocide against the Uyghurs of East Turkestan has effectively been backed by the World Muslim Communities Council.
Is India on the brink of a genocide against its 200 million Muslim population?